| Deborah Palfrey |
(9-11/Premature death, Epstein Affair/Premature death)
North Charleroi, Pennsylvania, U.S.
|Died||2008-05-01 (Age 52)|
Tarpon Springs, Florida, U.S.
Cause of death
|Alma mater||Rollins College|
Ran an escort agency in Washington D.C. that was frequently used by Washington insiders, and was aware of some 9/11 insiders who let information slip before the event. Although promising not to commit suicde, she was found "hanged". After her death, she was accused to have been a long time associate of Ghislaine Maxwell.
Deborah Palfrey (dubbed the D.C. Madam) operated Pamela Martin and Associates, an escort agency in Washington, D.C. that was used by some key 9-11 perpetrators. Her accused link to Epstein is a third rail topic, that needs further research.
Palfrey reportedly told Wayne Madsen, ‘I have information that would have been of great interest to the 9/11 Commission – there’s information that they have (her call girls) that would have been very important for the 9/11 Commission to know having to do with intelligence they picked up about 9/11 before it happened’.
|FOX News discussed her death, 2008.|
Officially, she committed suicide by hanging, which is what the police settled on a day after she was found. Vanity Fair painted her as a troubled woman on the path to suicide, but others have suggested she was far from suicidal but instead was fearful about a contract being out on her life. Palfrey made at least four public statements that she would never commit suicide, and that if it appeared so, it would have been murder. Mark Gorton lists her murder among the crimes of the US Deep state.
A 2016 the US Supreme Court rejected a bid to release Deborah Palfrey's phone records, despite claims they were "very relevant" to the presidential election.
|A video by James Corbett|
- ↑ a b http://www.infowars.com/special-report-dc-madam-phone-records-could-destroy-washington-d-c/
- ↑ https://www.newspapers.com/clip/103485460/the-monitor/
- ↑ Document:The Political Dominance of The Cabal
- ↑ http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3569961/Supreme-Court-reject-bid-release-infamous-DC-madam-s-phone-records-despite-claims-relevant-presidential-election.html